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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 11-12-2014, 09:37 AM
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Your headed in the right direction, but, you do need to get into making your own patterns. Inkscape is a free drawing program and has a learning curve, but, if you take a couple days and learn the basics you'll use it regularly. Taking a picture and manipulating it in photo shop can create some interesting things and don't overlook simple things like coloring books and such. Jim
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I'm sooooo glad I found this thread !!! Great information here ... THANKS!!
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I haven't seen anything from Don (L Town Graphics) for a long time either(?).
He did/does nice stuff.
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There's so much information on this Forum that slips into the past. That's the value of Search.

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